Character Name: Mario Rubicon
Home State: Arizona
Previous Job: Banker Joe and Joes (1990-1996), CFO Rubicon Holdings (1996-2000) Arizona House of Representatives (2000-2015), Arizona State Senator (2015-Present), Arizona State Senate Minority Leader (2018-Present)Date of Birth: May 25th, 1971Race / Ethnicity: Cuban AmericanReligion: Roman CatholicWealth: Upper Middle ClassGender: MaleSexuality: HeterosexualAre you married?: Yes Leslie Rubicon (nee Wyatt)
Which class of Senate seat is the one you're choosing?: Arizona Class 2 (for election)How many children do you have?: 3 (Isiah 20, Marcus 15, LeAnn 14)
BIO: Mario's father and mother immigrated to America in 1960 during the height of the cold war. Mario is the 2nd oldest of 3 children and even at a young age had a love for Banking a profession he joined immediately after college. He rose very quickly and after taking some time off to run the finances for Bill Clinton's Presidential campaign in 1996, was offered a position for his family business being run by his older sister June. He left the business to run Bill Bradley's Presidential campaign after the campaign the incumbent for AZ house district 11 incumbent passed away and the Democratic party asked Mario to run in his place, Mario easily won the election. During his time in the house, he was famous as the man who fought against the NRA and heavily pushed for universal healthcare and removing ID cards and drivers licenses. In 2015, Mario made his 3rd attempt to get into the AZ state senate and was successful pushing hard on "Making America for all who want to be here and are here". In 2018 he's peers unanimously selected him to be the State Senate SmL during his time he once again went to bat, attempting to pass legislation which would have the state government give extra funding for sanctuary cities, and has on numerous occasions as both a private citizen and elected representative has protested ICE and Id and drivers license laws. He has announced he will run in the next election for the Arizona Senate with the campaign slogan "One Nation for All".